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Term Expiresu Tues day Night. a.dt ahaman Treatmeont Charge by ºWit. Agntest nee Wusband-Mar. iege 3Liease Befswed. tego nr of the state supreme sourt on Tueday at noon. There is eon . b e work before the justices. Thirty. es bhrve been re-oalendered from the term and seventeen new appeals `' been filed. This number will probably a'reased to-morrow and on Tuesday, hetime expiring on Tuesday night for ill new ease for the June term. The court will be in session to-morrow and may hand jown some opinions. One of the first oases o be heard at the June term is from Yel- t l oltoae sounty to determine the right of uiossesoen of the Lake Superior quartz To Ihe title of the ease is Hoffman at al. vs. Beenher, The area in sonfliet is 1,140 e*et by 880 of the Lake Superior lode, for :`which the plaintiff alleges ownership and lpossession, and for which under the name a of the Silver Queen, the defendant has ap- t Splied for a patent to the United States land 'Jee at Bozeman. The proceedings under h this application have been stayed by the Iland oSe beosuse of an adverse claim of b the plaintiffs. Judge Milburn, of Miles it City, presided at the trial of the ease in the b lower court a year ago last November. ii After testimony had been introduoed the k court on its own motion found for the do- g endeant. An appeal was filed yesterday in the es- it eteI of F)ank Monillerat on the protest of t ., . lixon and August Crave to the allow anes of the final account of the adminis- H trator. The appeal is from an order of the a G-allatin county district court overruling a the motion of the administrator and the i) motion of J. S. Mendenhall to dismiss the N protest of J. H. Nixon and August Crave to ti the allowance of the final account. CRUELTY CHARGED. Mlary Paterson Asks a Divorce From Lewis Z, Paterson. C. W. Fleischer breught an action yester day in the district court for Mary Paterson, who says she was tnarried to Lewis Pater- R eon at Millbank, Grant county, South Da kots, Nov. 26, 1883. Mrs. Paterson says they were living a half mile east of the sec- it. tion house at Butler, on the Northern Pa- $1 oite railroad, west of Helena. In July, 1889, he Mrs. Paterson charges that her husband oi threw her on the ground. Charges of using Ai vile and abusive language toward her in the to presehoe of her children are also made. At pr one time she says her husband seized a et nursing bottle from the baby and struok the o, mother in the forehead and wounded her. th She says her husband is 35 years old and ps sen earn $65 per month, and wants alimo- at by. They have four girls, aged seven, six, st three an onse in Refused the Lleenseo. h Clerk John Bean, of the district court, b e to grant a marriage license yester- w ay jC es the applicant did not satin- ea Se rily answer the questions which the ot law requires. The applicant was E, K. K. Bohoetter, who said he was 21 years old and - was born in 1868. After answering some hi questions the clerk ascertained that the th age of his intended was under 18. Mr. ' )Seah cross-examined the young man ui thoroughly and finally decided that he oi ,onald not grant the license. The name of P' the glil was not given. Probate Business. fL An inventory of the Homer L. Jennison hi estate plasse the value at $3,629.54. An T1 order was made for a sale of the personal ot property. In the estate of David O'Rear, the time for proving the will was set for Jane ll, at 10a. m. The final accounts of the administrator er of the estate of Mrs. Lois Zeigler have fr been approved. The receipts were $2,110 a and the exrenses $353.75, leaving a balance O of $1,756.25. Calendar Call. The following cases were set for trial yes terday in department No. 2: to June 8-1310, P. B. Dillon vs. City of OU Helena. June 16-726, W. F. Whitaker vs. City of p1 Helena. re Jane 17-228. W. Krrnieh vs. E. Kranich. June 17-1444, H. F. Forbes vs. Mao Min lia and Milling Co. June 21-1384, A. Hahn vs. M. Javano vioh. D June 21-1492, Emma Henderson vs. Wal lace Parks. June 28-858, D. Klein et al. vs. F. Cou- 01 June 28-1010, Detroit Safe Co. vs. A. J. Hahn et al. J·ne 29-1440. Helena Steam Heating and Supply Co. vs. Wm. Harrison et al. o New Filts. p Brandeogee Bros. vs. C. B13. Newbury and wife and T. U. Kleinschmidt, to foreolose a mortgage for $2,1:30 on lot one, block 600. Hoback & Cannon addition. A. M. Holler Hardware Co. vs. L. T. Rock and D. W. Grinnell, to recover $174.19 on a L promissory note. A A. M. Holter vs. Alex Swan, to recover 6296.40 on a promissory note. Handkerchiirfs in endues. variety at prices that -lli suit everybody ar. lutcher . beradiey a. A fin assortmnent of infant' and chillrens' hebadwear jst rsroeivrld at Mrs. . A. Fijher's. Kid gloves fitted to your hand at Fowlen' Cash C itors. Cool, Light, Pretty. You know what Canton silks are. You know what handsome colorings and what F attisotive designs are brought out In them this season. You know how sool, light and pretty they are for summer weaor. You C. would certainly prefer to wear silk if you could get it at the pirice of cottoo. uach an sn opportunity is seldom offered, but for this week yea can actually buy silk dresses at the price of satine. Sands liros. an nonaee in their advertisement to-day that they will sell fiured (Cantou silks at 33 cents a yard. regular 75 cent silk. Nrot i old stook or old styles, but new and hand some patterns in btlack and colored gounrds A and in an attractrve variety of riatternrs. 1 Ladies who wlsh to provide for hot sum mier days will appreiate this unusual offer ing in desirable and serviceable surmmer silks. Sands Bros. make special induce ments this week in all grades of Canton silks and oilffer extraordinary bargains in all the higher grades in addition to the assort ment at :1712 ,.nts a yard. They show beautiful figurel Ildia ndtl ('nauton silks in or changeable and 1, O:a tffl:cts at 75 cents a yard, reduced fisir $1.40. These goods are really the greatest vuer ,v.r rlhown at the r price, the effects are chamllming and the qoality of the silk is Ixcelleint. All hihber grades in elegant sillk IrtrteIns are offered at about half price. Don't fail to see these Oeeptional bargains. m' undsrwear at lhe liee live in largeo st Lan prises. ci Alifala beed. as U limited q·nantity of the above to f#hba Mii glae Twreteik lshoot Jon Tole.. aed eits Iaily Beaten. bohn A. isailer, the saloon and livey atlblie keper, and Johni Toole, saceesor to his brother Joe Tools in the road hose bhnese, furnished a senetion for Main stfiet shortly before 10 o'olook last 'aniht. The two came together near Bwitser's liquor hones, and Zeiller attempted to shoot Tools. The latter grabbed the revolver, which was discharged without hittina any-. body, and then proceeded to beat Zeialer with his flats. The noise of the shot on the crowded street at that hour caused great excitement, and attracted Policemen Wm. Bossier, John Gibson. Alex Gibson and Wm. Trasey, and everybody else within a block or two. The officeslo found the two p men struggling on the sidewalk a couple of doors below where the fight started. Tools had taken Zeigler's pistol away. The com batants were separated and taken to the city jail. Judge Gae. and Assistant County Attorney Lacroix were sent for and a charge of nssault with a deadly weapon was pre ferred against Zeigler and that of simple to assault against Toole. Zelgler was released all on $500 bail and Toole on $101. There are two stories of the affair, but a woman is at the bottom of it. She stops in all a room over a store on upper Main street, Rh and is a friend of Ziegler's. The story told th by Toole is this: He says that the woman was out to his roadhouse about a week ago, and while on the way back to town she was hi thrown from her buggy and hurt her ankle. He Toole says he had business in town yeater- tal day and drove in. bhile pessiog the house thi where the woman stops, about half past eight at night, he says she salled him in. He went. While he was there Zeigler came. 9 and Toole save attempted to assault him oft with the woman's crutches. Toole, who is La a younger and more robust man, hammered Zesiler about the head with his flsat, and Po. then he left the house. About an hoar and C. a half later Tools says he got his buggy sch to go home, intending to drive past G(t Switzer's to get somw liquors whish he boa had purchased. He says he passed Zeigler Ma in front of the latter's place on Park ave nue. Zeigler, he says, threatened to "fix in him." When he reached the Switzer build- son ing on Main street and got out of his baugy, a i be says Zeigler was there, with a gun in his and hand and partly in his pocket. Fearing that Zoigle, would shoot him, Toole says he iml kept close to him. Zeigler tinally drew his ncre gun and Toolse grabbed it. The weapon fort was discharged, and Tools having taken ileg it from thu owner, beean beating him. thot Zeigler has a slightly different version. He says he lied no weapon to defend him- the self when Toole attacked him in the house. is It He also claims that Toole followed him up the with threats when they met on Main street, fret and that he drew the pistol to defend him self. Zeigler's fnae shows several severe stot bruises and lumps where Toole struck him. flsh Nore of them were severeenough to require just the servicea of a doctor. The hearing takes rant place Monday. The weapon used isa beau- plac tiful pearl handled. silver mounted re- Ear volver. One of the cartridges shows evi- fishl dence of naving been struck by the ham- ton mer, but not discharged, showing that elk. Zeigler tried to fire twice. rani and UNCLE SAM TAKES A HAND. be - oftl Rewards Offered for the Arrest of the In Stage Robbers. com The postoffiee inspector's department for One this district yesterday offered rewards of The $500 each for the arrest of the men who peot held up the Great Falls and Billings stage that on two separate occasions during the week. at h As long as highwaymen confine themselves whia to ritling treasure boxes or the pockets of affol paneengers the federal government lets the wins state autholities hunt them down and mete ram; uat their punishment. But the moment whil that the masked robber lays his hand on a peaf package to which is attached a postage fron stamp, even if it is only a circular or a and postal on d. the general government steps lords in, and once having its services enlisted, it o never lets up until its victim is behind the ag hars. T'hb hold fellows who hold up the a uoes. tO u'+ i u tettllows woo fold up tbe Billings-Great Falls state got the treasure boxes on both occasions. Not satisfied 3 with that, they took two sacks of letters aaob time. The igovernment therefore steps in. Chief Inspector Bedell yesterday offe ed the highebt rewad allowed by law -$600 for each man-for the capture of the n highwayn..n. He elal diapr.tched two of o the insevectors of this department, William a Watkins, Jr., and C. L. Wayland, to hunt r up the thieves. Inspector Watkins is r one of the mfost expert thief catoheas in the s postoffice service. When the Northern Pacific express was held up in Dakota two years ago, It was Inspector Watkins who followed on the trail of William Newberry, the leader of the robbi ra, and finally run him down and Prrested him in Virginia. 'he lsovernment is very much interested in the arrest of the stage robbers, on account of the numerous cases in this district in e which the mails have suffered from similar ' depredations. The postflices at Pocatello, Idaho, and Livingston, Mont., have been entered recently, and mail has been stolen from the Wheatland, N. D., office. These, with the two robberies of the Billings. t Great Falls stave. mike five cases of the re kind within a short time which call for in- a. vesttgation by the federal authorities. We 're :tat" acgent for the J. I. (ase threshing macibnl i. enrgiu'o sand saw mills. Those con- d tenplati:rg trrehasing should call and examine it our prices and terms. T. C. fower & 'Co. o Our stock of sliver plated ware is com- S plate il every lilne nd is r,offered at greatly a reduced pricesr. J. telnrnets Jewelry Co. t PEOPLES' PIARTY PRIMARIES. - al Delegates to the County Conventlon d Nanmell in Ceverat Wards. h The peoples' party held primaries in a " number of wards last night to name dele- Il gates and alternates to the county con- o vention that meets at Union hall next Cl Wednesday at noon. In the Fifth ward d only one man put in an appearance, so no delegates were selected. There was no re- o port from the Sixth or Third. The dele- d gates and alternates elected so far as heard a from were as follows: v First Ward. Delegates. Alternates, William Lorey, A. Ul. Walker, L. H. Ward, A. I. Fowler, A. F. Smith, W. Klemsorge, s I. Y. Bennett, James Ferris, t W. F. Huduins, George lRoth. Secondl Wird. t Delegates. Alternates. L. .. Bugher, Itoau (,ffard, Hlerman Backe man. H. Hauser, II James Harkins. C. Kelly, ;eorge Kaper, T. Mooney, n P. H. Golden, 1. 1. Hargrove, Fourth Ward. I D)elegates. Alternates. a F. Dojucell, F. lIthe, J. Scerff, S. IByrnoea, F. Kaul. Goo. Lee, J. Shober, G. W. Rladcliffe, a C. I. Coates, W. Sinpson, r Ward committee-J. lober, F. Doneell g and F. Kaul. • .. vortilIh tielrd IDelegates. Alternates. el Jolhn I. Ketchum, J. 11. floncher, Ii. I. lradle, .I. Workmain, 1. . (diier, I. 11. flue by, I Adolf flost, W. E:. .ker, I 3, .J. ,-eblesi;inger, J. FitzrilALonl . I. Ward cormmtnon-lrlou Workmen, H. I.. Beadle, John Achllnd. P'urchae., on ofr tth , haIltdlllsr e (olulmlbus JIlggY crltrlian.; i, h rl, iol.. I. I' ovwr u hod :re h Io.I \al.u. for t: he umontey in : c thlie sI'ta.,t 'Ie, h" lrg. t ato.k ,f .1 wi"ter s.'es aud tlhe lowert pricer-. i i e - ison lulia l.oWrelt I. ltollt to moveC-a ta front rootl 4, I)llterr o.k, to 121, ground floor of llCae ain,, lltt,, rittll a rneic ee.rlnt Ttuik ul l11dis' Iyltvdrr altslll Iher fa11cy H l hydral Ining, wydraulle d relief to Noth agricltra , Jl an m4ni--Thn e einteretio i com.il t t- e of the C'a liforn ia .M iner s' asso - ciation adoted it rs luttu:on to-dsa declar ing the bill Itlzodu."ed in the houseby at Congresslman ('llmlnrltl recently, relating to hydraulic minlng, wll affoid relief tol, both agricnltural and mining interesta. / |iLiLsCE FISHERMEN AND HUNTERS The Ideal Resort Helena and Mis. a soula Men Have on the Flathead. A Large Preserve Where Fieh and Big and Little Game Abound. SComfortable Quarters and Maglflcent Scenery Where the Members EuJoy Themselves. In the fall of 1889 Gen. B. . .GrOne took a party ef friends up into the then almost unknown Flathead lake country, in Missoulaeounty. Thegeneral had traveled all over that section, and returned with a glowing description of a certain locality at the head of the lake where he said there wee unexcelled trout fishing, and in the hills an abundance of game. A number of Helena gentlemen, fond of outdeor sports, talked the subject over, with the result that in the spring of 1889 Wm. Math, A. Raht and Q. D. Hard visited it. They were eo much impressed with the advantages ofered that the next year the Flathead Lake Co. was inorpeorated. The incor porators were Wa. Muth. H. M. Parchen, C. K. Wells, i. C. Wallace, T. H. Klein schmidt, Geo. E. Boos, R. H. Floyd-Jones, Geo. Fiatt, A. J. Davidson and Hervey Bar bour, of iHelena, Geo. H. Robinson, of Maryaville, W. M. Bickford, F. Hig gins and John Keith, of Mis soula. It was decided to lnsue a limited number of shares at $500 a share, and purchase the body of land that had so impressed G(en. Greene. It comprised 138 acres which were patented, and in addition forty-one acres were leased, with the priv ilege of buying. The site is pronounced by those who have enjoyed the hospitality of the elub an ideal one for the purpose. It is located at the head of Flathead lake, at the mouth of Middle Fork. It has a water front both on the lake and river, and within stone's throw of the cabins is the finest fishing on the preserves. The Middle Fork just at this point outs through the Mission range of mountains, and it is the only open place until Columbia Falls is reacned. Early in the spring and late in the fall the g fishing is all that a disciple of Izaak Wal ton could ask. For the hunter there is deer, elk, bear, and small game. The Mission range is the home of the mountain goat, and when the owners and their friends tire of hunting ordinary game, they have the f best opportunities to attempt the capture a of the wary mountain climber. Immediately on taking poessession the company put up two commodious cabins, one to be used as a dining room and kitch- I en, and the other for sleeping oQarters. They will comfortably accommodate twelve people, and are nicely furnished, so i that one can live almost as comfortably as a at home. The cabins stand on a bluff on t which grows tall pine trees. These, while affording ample shelter from the sun and wind, do not obstruct a magnificent pano. I rama. Below the cabins lies Flathead lake, while off to the east are the snow-capped peaks of the Mission range. Though away d from the line of the rSllroad, the members d and their friends when in camp live like lords. AThe always provide a steak i of the staples, while the neighbor- t ing ranches furnish fresh vege tables, fruits, butter, eggs, milk and cream. The season begins April 1 and closes Oct. 31. Last year H. M. Parchen and his fam-. ily spent several weeks at this resort, and he will take his family up again some time this month. The coprpany owns a steam launnh and several sail and rowboats for use on the lake and river. A man is kept e on the place all the time, so that whenever t a member goes there he finds everything in t readiness for him. It is probable that the t resort will be more generally enjoyed this a season than it ever has by the members and their friendse. r New books at The Bee Hive at popular prices o Largest line in the city. f All colors in embroidered chiffon only 45o per yard at Fowles' Cash [tore. Baby carriages at The Bee Hive at les than eastern prices. Call and see their full sized, iron wheel carriage at 5.l51. Popular With the Ladies. "What a time we have had getting here," C they both said in one breath. "We are really grateful for a chance to rest." The avoirdupois of each lady could not have s been but little short of 300 pounds, henee a their evident vexation at the torn up con- j dition oef Main street, and the continued indifference of those in authority, who, for one one month have made the eaorner and a' walk in front of the New York Dry Goods ea Store. notwithstanding their heavy taxes e and expenses, the damping point for the a refuse of the caving. u One of the ladies was heard to remark, "that if onse of those gents, with pencil n sharuened at both ends, had the same in dignities imposed upon him, you would hear snoh a cry that the yelping of wolves Ii would be music is comparison. One of the proprietors, in answer to the ladies, said: "We are powerless to help ourselves, at least we are adverse to any thing that is unpleasant. We feel confi dent that this unnecessary rubbish will be removed at once. Snuh blocks and sticks that are rejected should not be allowed to obstruct the sidewalk an hear. Still, la. S dies," he continued, "the New York store is always crowded, and believe me, for I am very sincere, we are doing the biggest spring business since the existence of our establishment. Our great special sales are A a grand success; in particular, our special offerings during the pest week, of dress patterns. Orders from every part of the ti state and Idaho are daily received, while the Helena ladies pay us the high compli nment of sur mounting the difficulties ,of the unpleasant crossing by giving us their trade. We will always remember the week with pleasure. The bright evidence is be fore us that the New York Dry Goods Store Is the most popular with the ladies in the j northwest. Our special sales are popular, c our goods as e opular, our store is popular. v We sell everythiing at popular prices." A number of the ladies, and many letters. say--"Cannet you continue your sale of drees patteurns a sesk longer as the goods e are so elegant for the pi ice. We will as. k surodly visit you next week. Kindly com ply and oblige, etc., etc." Ladies we are not adamnute ts steel. We have mothers, sisters and wives, hhinoe we know how to respect your wishes. We shall continue our grand special nale of dress patterns one week. ,ee auvertisement on third page. I a t'aroli ('lrnlhan lsh Iieiales cigars 12~ge IRlnlembel r that we are closing out our entire tick of di,:curatid itavilaud china regard less of cal,. ( all early for hargains t in -latI, e'llrai, naid cre5aml sets. ,J. .teln utnetz Jewevlly ('o. t ('eWlrtio I'alaci', r" 'lelrgrafo cigar lcn straight. I Win. Vlrras ein A Co. Ladle.' blor., waists in larg. variety just re ce;usl S. 'J'h, UTh e Ihv.,. C Ir. '. H. S'liesants. Itorns 1. and 16. Granite block. P'rac tiae limited to diseases of the eye, ear, throat aend nose. 'The twe·nty-l tvo or more y oung men nu l woman who Uhae gradliadt aiw," Iast. January front 1h," Jn,; rlhIrn Ilirune 16urinw n colirge, bu,~ Lrarl' % il 1, arxll :in in eadingL 0·nll .finia I rlex In hi. city anit 011cm at E II," eatn A Iru-i~arn 'dr"ration pays at all hararda. FI Nuevo canrla IiotnIchildm cigars 12!hj atraight. We. WeHnetlein & ho. Sheet mannia juat received at The lies J nve, Ii compriaing the lateet sonsatiele. oaly 10 cents do pst copy. ibend fu catakorgn. 0 BS ROADWATEB CONCOIA T. mProgramen or tihe Ri.nw*t Orohetir Moeaml ntad R venlgh " The following Ia the programme for the |s onoert to-4ay at T'he Broadwrter. The srat oonoert will 1e da.dng the 4aater boer, from six to eght o'oloek, and the second from 8.80 to 101980 1, The atie n r, t. e c.. y.ppe 8, Waits mnvemelite. "Avant.o l",, , eO r 4 liafrl tr e on tl " aeanll' . ...... Ane mh lawnee t o bl Mrna . ('lley. . Overture. "btlero's WeddIng". , Mosd . MdeA l..... merm 7. olk t deconsert," keyAa" .. tjrane I Inle. "leo:den a Liabestoda ... Waeinr. rVtNINO PROOTAMMa-880 TO 10:.O. 1. Overture, '"Bronco lore".............,Aunber t Tower eoene from opera "11 Travatose . lumorlsio poutipouri, "The t trlkors" a"n 4. T he ..al. .....h ... r. D....., . hlUwas 3. Grand selection "Liar and t'arpentter 6. Medle7 Amerieana iT.n Minutes oWithu se the N1latroh+" .................Boron . (~ Eatina from oera. "Normna"....... oi . L oal. DI. act, "I'llism Toll"r.......e.e ini in d The l et line of s neckwear in the city. Wmi. oWenstein & e(o. at During the month or June we will Offer Swatche. chains ohharme and Jewelry of all kinds cheaper than ever. aleek eomplete. e Special low pric on diamle ondes. J. Itale if meta Jewelry Co. SThe ar st llne of 2e neckwear in the city. Wm. WeineteQn e Co. re PASTOR OF CENTRAL CHURCH. d Rev. W. L . Cook, of Dee Mlonaee the Man Cheen. S The Central church of Christ, which was organized leet March, and has msine been it conducting its meeting in the rooms of the SBoard of Trade, has been endeavoring to I eecnre a peastor, and Thuredeay evening Rev. F. L, Cook, Des Moinees, Is., arrived and will take charge of this congregation. e Mr. Cook, who oonducted meetings a number of years with Evangelist Myers, o "Moeody-Sankey" style, became quite faim eone as a esinger before he entered the min istry, and he will thus be a valuable addi tion to the musical talent of Helena. He has a wonderfolly melodious voice of great y eower, and will take the ipace of second fbass in the Queen City quartette recently made vacant by the removal of C. P. Bmith to Portland, Ore. Mr. Cook has been located with one of r the churches in Dee Moinees, and has met awith much sueoes in his chosen work, end it is to be hoped toe work he hasnudertaken in Helena will prosper in his hands. Fowles' Cash Store have the finest line of fast black hosiery for ladies and chiLdren in the city. No trash; every pair will gsive satlfaction. Our 8 Silver Crown brand beats the world. Newest and late-t materials and designs for sofa pillows center, etc., at butcher & Bradley's. Every one can afford to carry a silk umbrella, fast black,. when the price is as low as #1 50, a advertised in another column by the Bee Hire. "Keppler's Fortn ne." Gus Williams, the successful German dia lect comedian, will play an engagement at Ming's opera house Monday for two nighti, in his reconstructed "Keppler's Fortune:," a genuine domestic comedy, with one of those seeming unneoessaries, a plot. and a charming one at that. It is one of those simple little domestic stories one always likes to hear, and that it does not need a guide book to understand. The star takes the part of an amiable, honest old German American butcher, who has a wife with a double-edged tongue and two pretty daugh ters. He is in sore financial straits, when he enuddenly comes into possession of a for tune left by his brother, who in the old country died intestate. Riches spoil the honest butcher to some extent, but they do not spoil his honesty. By accident he dis covers that a girl, whom he has engaged as a companion for his younger daughter, is his brother's grandchild, and the heiress, therefore, to his brother's fortune. No one lnows this but himself, but after a short struggle with his tioscienee he reveals the truth to the girl and relinquishes the for tune. Everytting turns out all right for the girl, as well as for the honest butcher and his family, and the only villain in the piece dies a natural death after making restitution to old Keppler. With the sum that he gets from this source he starts an other stere on perhaps a grander scale than formerly, a wiser and to all appearances a happier man. Through all the phases of this amusing old character there is always a humorous tinge to his remarks. Pearl slilver mounted cutlery, great vi riety, strictly at cast for next ten days. J. Stelnmetz Jewelry Co. Everything on wheels sold by T. C Power & Co. Examine their styles and prices. Private lessons in shorthand and type writing; first-class instractlon; terms rea. sonable; can begin any day; speed elus organized Thursday evening June 2. Call at office, room 48, Bailey block. Mary E. Jackman. The Walter A. Wood Mowini and Heaping Ma shine company make the best farming machin ery in the world. At halt Lake City last season. at the government agricultural station, a trial of all the machinery was made unknown to the manufacturers. ihe Walter A Wood, as usual in all such contests, came out away ahead of all competitors. bend to us for different tests of machinery. The largest line of pursee, card cases and leather goode in the city at The Bee Hive. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music stare. Bailey block. BORN. BHOBE--To the wife of Waller Bhobe, a daugh ter. DIED. ADAMS-June 4. J. W. Adams. aged4l. Funeral to-day at three p. m. from 1511 Galla tin street. Anglers' Outfits. You are not in it if you purchase your Fly Hooks, Rods, Reel, Line, Creel Fly Book, Leader Box or Waders before you come in end inspect my stook, which you will find not only the largest, but the best selected in all the details of a first-class stock of goods, in the city. Prices are right, and according to the quality. There is no mitiopresentation as to duality. All kinds of rod mountings in stock. Bicycle Sundries, Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition, and general stock of ;po ting Goods. M. H. Bryan, Gun Store, 103 BROADWAY. HELENA. TO THE CITIZENS OF HELENA. From this day on i am prepared to clean out vaults in all parts of the city. Have gone to consider able expense to get up improved pumps and tanks suitable for the work. Our charges will be reason able and we solicit the patronage of the public. Helena Vault Co. Atlltress all orders to City Posol.ice. J. L. SMITH, Freight and Transfer Line IIF.LENA, MONTANA. All klind. o i rnrc1.ndIe asd 0tbh. tLelth. J.li r, YrmpI trsnaltrrd aromY altt c. 1Or wll, rdo.ira Ip'Lpt m&thte I1IDUCEMENTS IN SUMMER SILKS SWe place on sale this week a magnificent assortment of Canton Silks at extraordinary reductions from regular prices. Ladies who desire to secure exceptional bargains should anticipate their wants, by purchasing a handsome Canton Silk Dress for Summer wear at about half actual value. As specimen bargains we mention the following: Priited Canton Silks, Figured Canton Silks. In a handsome variety of patterns. Black In Changeable and Plain Effects at and colored grounds at 85c Yard. Regular Value 69c Yard. 75c Yard. Regular Value $1.85 Yard. Caniton, India anid Pngee Silk Patterns. $9.00 Silk Patterns Reduced to $5,25 $12.50 Silk Patterns Reduced to $7.50 $15.00 Silk Patterns Reduced to $9.00 $16.50 Silk Patterns Reduced to $10,15 $20,00 Silk Patterns Reduced to $13.50 $25.00 Silk Patterns Reduced to $16.50 BRESS PATTERNS REBUGEB S$ 3.69. As the greatest bargain of the season in Dress Goods we will sell a large assortment of Wool Dress Patterns at $3.69 INSPECTION INVITED. & SANDS BROS. % BABCOCK'S Mackintosh Coats, W -I U N w m I P1 SEWED AND CEMENTED J SEAMS. Every Garment Guaranteed. Babcock & Co., HATTERS AND FURNISHERS. HELENA AND BUTTE. 1886-THE SEVENTH SEA$ON--1892. The beautiful Steel Excursion Steamer "Rose of Helena," Makes regular excursion tripe on the Upper Missonri river from Hilger's Landing (18 miles irom Helena) through thle "Gate of the Mountains" to Picnic Canyon, Willow Creek and Hear looth Mountains and retura on Taestday, Thursday and ouud;y during the navigable season of 1892. Excursion parties of 15 or more persons will lie carri.d in biand wonsu of Win. McCeomia. of Helena CIlib tab;e, or Duncan McDonald. of Bolvidere hotel. frm Helcnati llilger's; thence by Steamier Roie through Gale of the Moun tains;" thence return to Helena. for the sum of $3.00 PER PERSON. A reaeonable discount will Ie made to families with cBilreu, also to ro igioua congregations aid Sunday Hchodl exunrsions. Will also, if d virol, nmake special trlip to ('anynon Ferry. 2$ milles ahoyve llgetr'. and to Montsaa Central railroad, at, lonu (:reek, 2d miles beluw ililger'a. N. I IL(GEIt. Ielena, Mont.. May W0. i91. Eermn asa Bauer, Manafaetorer of Costs., Rtbe- ad Mat. Alto Tanner of all kinds of Iliders sald . lepaidrlg and Cleaning of Far eeds. 8 Nrllth Mal aewlu , * Meleem. eam SJOHN ENGKL,p W. A. KOLB, 1C. KING,? Cornice Maker. I Tinsmith. S Plamber. CORNICES, TIN ROOFING, PLUMBING, Sheet Iron, Skylights. Copper and Tin Work, Heating and Gas Fitting. 214 Rodney Street, Helena. Jobbing promptly atlended to at reasonable prices. SCHOOL DISTRICTS contemplating Issuing Bonds or building School Houses, will find it to their interest to correspond with me. I have purchased more School Bonds in Montana dur ing the past year than all other bond houses combined. Am pre pared to advance money for the erection of School Houses in ad. vance of the issue of bonds. Will purchase all classes of Bonds, State, County and City War rants. Correspondence solicited. H. B. PALMER, 10 Edwards St., Helena, Mont. - = A View of Gommon Gents, Or rather a common sense view will convince anyone that the class of SHOES we are sellingJ AT CUT PRICES DURING THIS REMOVAL SALE Are good values, and to the economical buyer we say, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. CLARKE & FRANK. Montana Shoe Co. Montana Sapphire Cultting Our Specialty. F. J. ESSIG LAPIDARY COMPANY. Rooms 608-609 Power Building, And 115 Stato Street, - HELENA, MONT.- - - CHICAGO, ILL. npital lati tI, s,e00,oo00. 4 * * A met,. over as23,OSO,O0 FOR ABSOLUTE SECURITY AND FOR PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES INSURE WITH THE QuardiaR Assurance Go., . -7--lOF LONDON. ~ - L. F. LACROIX, AGENT, HELENA, - MONTANA.